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Shakespeare Goes Digital to Connect with Today's Students NEW YORK, Sept.
Shakespeare's Classic Tale Re-Told with the World's Most Innovative Holographic Technology MIAMI, Feb.
Actor's Broadway Turn in Romeo and Juliet Runs February 13-19 in an Exclusive Screenvision Engagement with BroadwayHD NEW YORK, Jan.14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This February, national
By FRANK ROBERTS By Frank Roberts Correspondent SUFFOLK It began with Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, Dopey and a young lady listed in the Walt Disney phone book as White, Snow.
By Alice T. Carter, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Aug. 7--Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera saved the best for last. "West Side Story," the final production of its 2008 summer season, took the company out on a soaring and emotional high.
By Matt Wolf Can one ever say too much about love or cease to marvel at the dramatic possibilities afforded by that most profound of emotions? Not on the evidence of a London theater given over of late to meditations, by turns beautiful and brutal, on the often unexpected course traveled by any and all amours.
By Clifford Bishop The street violence in Bernstein's version of 'Romeo and Juliet' gives added power to its high-energy mix of danger and romance Dance West Side Story Sadler's Wells LONDON Spartacus Coliseum LONDON Some things are timeless.
By SHARLAND, Miriam REVIEW Romeo and Juliet, The Royal New Zealand Ballet, Regent on Broadway, last night. Reviewed by Miriam Sharland. ----------------- --- Last night the Regent on Broadway played host to a rare event - a Royal New Zealand Ballet opening night in Palmerston North.
By Claudia Sullivan, Kerrville Daily Times, Texas Jul. 19--In 2006, television viewers were swept away by an event from which we still feel the aftershock. It wasn't an earthquake. It wasn't a hurricane.
By WORDS BY DAVID BENEDICT This month, 'West Side Story' returns to the London stage in a form unchanged since 1957. Time for a 21st-century makeover? Certainly not, says its original lyricist, Stephen Sondheim...
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